Smokey said:Is yours a sock-in-the-tank filter?
Fuel pump presure may be a good place to start,... but it sounds as if you'll get a good reading for the same amount of time as it runs...
Have you checked the vapor line that allows pressure/vacuum relief to the tank?
You could be building vacuum in the tank, slowing the flow to the point of "death"...?
MudFlap said:I had a similar prob. Once it was the fuel pump. Then the next time it was the Hall Effect Pick-Up in the Distributor. Do you happen to have any error codes?
MudFlap said:Code 12 - Battery or computer recently disconnected
Your truck should have a fuel filter in the frame rail roughly under the driver's side door. You would also have one in the fuel tank, along with your fuel pump. That would usually be a pretty good place to start. Even if it doesn't fix it, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you have replaced a part that would prolly go bad before long. If you pull your fuel tank down, replace the hose that goes from the pump to the top of the sending unit. I made that mistake once. That hose was bad and was causing my fuel pumps to fail after only 2-3 months use, until finally I figured out what the prob was. Go to NAPA or O'reillys to get a pump if you do go that route.